Publication


Journals

MELTA publishes 2 peer-reviewed online journals.

The English Teacher (e-ISSN 2716-6406) is Malaysia’s oldest ELT journal which has been in continuous publication since 1971.

The English Teacher promotes research and reflection on effective English language teaching and learning, and it is intended for an audience of ELT instructors who are involved in teaching English to learners of all age groups.

The English Teacher is an open access, refereed online journal published in three issues (April, August, December) annually.

The journal is indexed by the Malaysian Citation Centre and the ASEAN Citation Index.

Download paper submission guidelines for The English Teacher HERE .

Visit the journal homepage HERE to access current and past issues.



The Malaysian Journal of ELT Research (e-ISSN 1511-8002) is an online journal of the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association.

The Malaysian Journal of ELT Research (MaJER) aims to advance knowledge of and to develop expertise in critical and scientific inquiry in English language teaching and learning. The journal is intended for academics, researchers, teacher educators and graduate students who are involved in research and dissemination of knowledge in the field.

This refereed open access journal is published in two issues (June and December) annually.

Authors are invited to submit articles that focus on new theoretical perspectives, syntheses of research, discussions of methodological issues and scholarly analyses of issues in ELT. Articles may also include debates on a variety of perspectives, policy and theories, investigations of alternative modes of research in ELT, examination of trends in ELT and the advancement of knowledge and understanding of effective English language teaching and learning.

The journal is indexed by the Malaysian Citation Centre and also listed in the Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index.

Download paper submission guidelines for MaJER HERE .

Visit the journal homepage HERE to access current and past issues.